Britain ‘no longer a nation of p***heads,’ says Wetherspoon boss
Profits and revenues are up at pub giant Wetherspoon, despite its outspoke boss rueing the fact that Britain is no longer a 'nation of p***heads'.
Sales at the firm reached nearly £1.7bn for the year to 29 July, with profits up by 2.9% to £132.3m.
Tim Martin, the pro-Brexit chairman of Wetherspoons told The Daily Telegraph that sales of alcoholic drinks have fallen by around 20% over the last 15-20 years.
He said: "“Our second-biggest product or draft brand is Pepsi. Isn’t that sacrilege?
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